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  1. Hi, everyone!

    I just joined this BB a few days ago. I've already posted a couple of times, but I just wanted to "introduce"myself. I'm about to enter my 3rd semester of a BSN program.

    This site seems like a really great resource, and lots of fun too. It's nice to know that there are so many student nurses out there willing to help each other out.

    So, I look forward to getting to know you through this site.

    Good luck to everyone in this new school year!

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    Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 64; Likes: 17


  3. by   Love-A-Nurse
    come on in and join the fun! much continued success to you in your endeavors.
  4. by   Mkue
    WELCOME and GOOD LUCK to you too !! Nice to have you here
  5. by   RNIAM
    Hi and welcome.Not sure if I said hi before of not. Good luck and enjoy the road to success!
  6. by   delirium
    Welcome to the bb. This is a great resource for us students! And congratulations on coming so far in your nursing education.

    I'm Rebecca, I'm in an ADN program, going into my final year.

  7. by   GPatty
    My name is Julie...just finished LPN and going into ASN in June 2003 (I hope!)
    Welcome to our board!
  8. by   Gator,SN
    HELLO! and welcome!
    Good luck in school!

  9. by   renerian
    Hello I am a newbie too. I just got my BS and am in the masters program. I work a full time and a part time job and have five kids. I have no time for myself ! LOL. Complicated site but I am sifting through it..........

  10. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by renerian
    hello i am a newbie too. i just got my bs and am in the masters program. i work a full time and a part time job and have five kids. i have no time for myself ! lol. complicated site but i am sifting through it..........

    congratulations on the completion of your bsn! all the best to you as you continue your education.

    what area of nursing are you working in and what was the deciding factor?
  11. by   renerian
    Actually my bachelors is a science degree with a major in nutrition. Same for my masters. I just started back to the hospital after 11 years in home health. I noticed my patients were severely lacking in nutrition information. It is amazing that all my wound care clients wounds healed faster and their bloodwork was much better after several visited with targeted education to the dietary intake. After I finish my masters I am going on for my PHD so I can teach nutrition. That is after I go back to traveling nursing. I wanted to get my skills updated to the changes in technology that have occured since I worked in acute care.

    Did you start in a BSN program or get an ADN then continue? I was out of school since 86 and went back in 2000. Took me one year to get my BS. I do on line tests and papers but submit my education modules via the mail since they are sometimes 40 to 60 pages. I love distance education. Since I work two jobs with 5 kids I needed something very flexible. I can log on anytime.

    Are you practicing now? I am in Ohio. Where are you?

    Thanks for responding,

  12. by   Swiftee

    I love this group, and I think everyone who joins immediatly feels at home. Can't wait to get to know you.
  13. by   renerian
    Thanks for the welcome swifty. I am still getting used to figuring out the site....

  14. by   AnaH
    Hi and Welcome!!!!!!!!